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No More Scale!!!!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

The scale has not been my friend lately....
So I have decided to take a 30 day break from the scale.
I have taken "before" pictures, and have done very detailed measurements. I will re-do them in 2 weeks. I will weigh in in one month (Sept. 12).
I am not going to use a scale until then.... I would like to take the batteries out of both of them, but my husband might freak, so I am putting them in the garage.....

Here are my measurements:

Neck - 13.25"
R. Bicep - 11.5"
L. Bicep - 11.25"
Chest - 35.5"
Boobs - 41"
Waist - 42" (one inch above belly button) 36.5" (at narrowest point)
Hips - 46.5" at widest point
R. Thigh - 23.5"
L. Thigh - 23.5"
R. Calf - 15"
L. Calf - 15"

Weight: 203

I will post the pictures as soon as I figure out how to combine the three in a "split-screen'.

My plan is going to be to continue running 4 days a weeks do strength (mean Jillian.....) 2-3 days a week. And I am going to start measuring my servings for a while and REALLY watching what I eat. I have gotten lax in my efforts all around lately!

Wish me luck!
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  • JDIEZ2094
    sounds good to me !! I can feel the difference in my clothes but not on the scale! It got me down too! I think i will put mine away too!!!
    4368 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/2/2009 10:17:46 AM
    Good Luck! It sounds like you have a great plan and are setting yourself up for SUCCESS! Keep it up!
    4660 days ago
    4661 days ago
    Good luck!

    I only weigh once a month as I wanted my focus to remain on my changes and not on the scale. So, of course, you have my total support for your 1 month weigh in plan.
    4662 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3581861
    That's a great idea. I wish you luck! I know you can do it! Can't wait to hear about your success!!! emoticon
    4662 days ago
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